ATAS TAXIS. Goals. Responsibilities. Accomplishments: What got done?

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "ATAS TAXIS. Goals. Responsibilities. Accomplishments: What got done?"

Transcription

1 Goals 1. Industry Reports: Taxi fares and gate fees, the appropriate number of medallions to serve the public convenience and necessity, solutions for peak time and neighborhood taxi service and the opportunities to improve ramp (wheelchair accessible) taxi service in the City. 2. Clean Vehicles: Continuing conversion of the taxi fleet to hybrid/cng and electric vehicles through grant opportunities. 3. Enforcement: Regulatory (administrative) enforcement of Transportation Code with respect to permit holders and unpermitted operators. 4. Administrative Infrastructure: (1) Create forms and procedures manual; (2) retain adequate staff resources required for administrative and enforcement functions, (3) implement medical leave policy for medallion holders, (4) update the Controller s City-wide performance metrics for San Francisco taxi regulation; (5) implement lost and found operations; (6) improve the regulatory infrastructure; (7) clean-up the taxi medallion waiting list; and (8) collect and archive historical materials and data. 5. Data integration: (1) Establish web-based taxi company reporting to eliminate data entry by SFMTA staff and allow real-time monitoring; (2) implement electronic waybills to replace the current paper system to improve enforcement and develop taxi industry data (e.g. miles driven, number of passengers carried, average fares and other trip statistics). (3) Convert historical driver permit data from the Treasurer/Tax Collector s system and from paper files, and link all driver data to the PRWT citation collection system. (4) Implement office tracking systems for inquiries, tips and complaints that come into the office. (5) Establishing a link to driver DMV records through pull-notice contract. (6) Work with the Airport to integrate Driver identification cards and the soon-to-be procured Airport smart cards for taxi driver payment of Airport fees. Responsibilities Identify, implement and enforce appropriate policies through local motor vehicle for hire laws and regulations to: Protect public safety Improve public service Reduce congestion and increase parking availability Improve air quality, and Support the economic productivity and sustainability of the San Francisco motor vehicle for hire industry. Accomplishments: What got done? Website: Information about the number of medallions that have been issued is now posted on the Taxi Services website. Updates and website maintenance continues throughout the year to improve availability of taxi information to the public and taxi industry. New Revenue: Taxi Services has received $72, from Color Schemes for the month of September for the continuous operation of medallions that would have otherwise been returned to the SFMTA after the death of a medallion holder. The grand total collected since December 2009 is $511,000. Allowing taxi companies to continuously operate medallion permits allows for those cabs to continue serving the public until we are ready to reissue the medallion permit to the next person

2 on the waiting list. Proposition K Audits: Taxi Services has completed its audit of all 1500 medallion holders throughout San Francisco. To complete this audit, Taxi Services Investigators and staff visited each taxicab company and reviewed the waybills of every medallion holder for that particular company. Coordination with the Airport: Taxi Services continues to work in conjunction with SFO to develop a Smart A Card, which will function not only as driver identification, but also as electronic storage of disciplinary information. Specifications and planning are currently being done by Booz, Allen Hamilton. This is expected to continue into Coordination with SFMTA Planning: o Taxi Services staff contributed to the agency s review of proposed capital improvement projects through the Decision Lens system. o Taxi Services has been working closely with the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA), as well as SFMTA Planning engineers to establish taxi service at the new temporary Transbay Terminal. After some initial concerns with the original location of the taxi stand, after some cooperative discussion it was determined that service would be better provided by relocating the taxi stand into the turnabout area for the Greyhound bus terminal. Because of the success of this arrangement, there will likely be no need to make any changes to the Taxi Layout for Phase II as was originally envisioned. o Taxi Services is working with Accessible Services, Parking Enforcement, Bike Share and other sections of the MTA to resolve issues related to the loading and unloading of passengers, particularly paratransit passengers, in bus zones. A comprehensive memo is being developed that will help clarify this process for taxicab driver, MUNI operators, parking control and others involved with traffic safety. Taxi Advisory Council: The SFMTA Taxi Advisory Council held meetings on September 13 and September 27, Items on the agenda included issues related to the Driver Fund, Leasing Arrangements, and the impact of the Medallion Sales Pilot Program on the industry. At these meetings, staff provides reports related to medallion sales and other regulatory changes. Conference: Taxi Services staff attended the International Association of Taxi Regulators conference in Chicago during September, and brought back a wealth of information that will be used to enhance Taxi Services. Special Events: Taxi Services staff has made contact with the SFPD Bayview Station, as well as Parking Control, and with their help is increasing its field enforcement of Taxicab stands and zones at Candlestick Park during 49er games. Ongoing Projects/Forthcoming Developments: What s in the works? Implementing a Lost and Found Program: We are developing procedures for property sweeps from all companies and lost property handling in compliance with state law requirements. We were able to secure storage space at 1SVN for lost property collected from taxi companies. Processing Complaints: Our objective is to get up-to-date with complaints submitted through 311 and

3 be able to provide resolution within 30 days. To achieve this, we will continue to conduct five to ten driver interviews per week, with priority given to egregious complaints. Experienced Driver Re-Training: We have begun in earnest to define the Taxi Master advanced driver training/certification program. It will include advanced training in traffic safety, customer service, geographical knowledge, financial and business planning, and other training that will benefit both taxi drivers and the public. CONCERNS, RISKS AND CHALLENGES Project/Area of Concern SMART Goals MISCELLANEOUS Issue We have worked diligently on performance planning and our staff is excited about their new projects and SMART goals, but have also expressed frustration that it is difficult to focus/concentrate on their own tasks because we are so short staffed: Everyone is needed to multitask and cover any area when necessary which can result in falling behind in our own set priorities and/or goals. In addition, we have not been able to do field enforcement because the three Taxi Investigators time is fully committed to preparing for hearings for medallion issuance and disciplinary matters. Resolution (or support required) Recruitment and hiring of full-time, permanent clerical staff for the customer service window and lost and found handling and an additional Taxi Investigators will be critical to Taxi Services long-term success. PERMITS New Driver Training Class & Examination New Driver Applicants Drivers Retested Pass Rate Fail Rate % 13% Total Attendees 68 New Driver Permits Issued in September: 105 Medallion purchasers qualified to date: 22 This means that the applicants have been qualified for the medallion permit by the SFMTA, but their medallion purchase will also depend on qualifying with the lending institution for any loan required for the purchase.

4 Medallion Sales closed to date: 13 Medallion Issuance (Non-Sale) for September: 6 Medallion Sale Revenue to date: $487, Driver Fund Revenue from Medallion Sale to date: $162, Experienced Driver Re-Training & Discipline DISCIPLINE Type of Disciplinary Action Number of Disciplinary Actions Taxi Driver Re-Training 9 Administrative Fines Issued (Muni Drive Cam Taxi 1 Footage) Paratransit Complaints 1 LOST AND FOUND Lost & Found We do not have enough staff so all lost & found claims submitted through are not being followed-up on. The number below reflects the total number of lost & found claims received for the month of September. Type of Claim Number of Claims OPEN Lost property claims 97 INVESTIGATIONS INVESTIGATIONS: A) Color Scheme: Total: 3 B) Permit Applicant investigations: Total: 2

5 C) Medallion Holders: D) Drivers: E) Complaints Non-311: E) Other Investigations. Total: 14 F) Regulatory G) Fines/Admonishments Total: 1 Complete Total Investigations: 22 HEARINGS Waiting List Medallion Applicant Qualification: 5 Prospective Medallion Purchaser Qualification: 1 Board of Appeals: 1 On September 15, 2010 a petition for Rehearing was held at the board of Appeals related to the prior suspension of a medallion for one year and a revocation of a color scheme permit. The Rehearing was denied and the Board of Appeals adopted its findings upholding the revocation of the Color Scheme Permit, and suspending the Permit Holder s medallion for one year. Staffing FILLED: 7 -- Vacant/Funded: 5 Vacant/Defunded: 0 TOTAL: 7 (PLUS 2 Temps and one clerk from SFPD work order)

SFMTA PARATRANSIT TAXI PROGRAM San Francisco, California

SFMTA PARATRANSIT TAXI PROGRAM San Francisco, California SFMTA PARATRANSIT TAXI PROGRAM San Francisco, California 03 24 2008 Paratransit Advisory Planning Committee SF Paratransit: A Brief Overview Muni has provided paratransit service since 1978 Taxi has been

More information

Treasure Island Mobility Management Program

Treasure Island Mobility Management Program Treasure Island Mobility Management Program Preliminary Toll Policy Recommendations For Buildout Year (2030) Draft TIDA CAB June 2, 2015 About the Treasure Island Mobility Management Program 2003 2008

More information

APPLICABILITY This procedure applies to all Ogeechee Technical College employees who drive on State of Georgia business regardless of frequency.

APPLICABILITY This procedure applies to all Ogeechee Technical College employees who drive on State of Georgia business regardless of frequency. PROCEDURE: 3.3.2p1. Use of College Vehicles Revised: September 17, 2008; October 21, 2009; September 16, 2010; September 21, 2011; September 19, 2012; September 18, 2013; September 17, 2014; September

More information

SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY

SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY THIS PRINT COVERS CALENDAR ITEM NO. : 10.5 DIVISION: Transit Services BRIEF DESCRIPTION: SAN FRANCISCO MUNICIPAL TRANSPORTATION AGENCY Requesting authorization for the SFMTA, through the Director of Transportation,

More information

Transportation Sustainability Program

Transportation Sustainability Program Transportation Sustainability Program Photo: Sergio Ruiz San Francisco is a popular place to work, live and visit, straining the existing transportation network Roads and transit vehicles nearing capacity

More information

Transportation Sustainability Program

Transportation Sustainability Program Transportation Sustainability Program Photo: Sergio Ruiz San Francisco 2016 Roads and public transit nearing capacity Increase in cycling and walking despite less than ideal conditions 2 San Francisco

More information

Evaluating Stakeholder Engagement

Evaluating Stakeholder Engagement Evaluating Stakeholder Engagement Peace River October 17, 2014 Stakeholder Engagement: The Panel recognizes that although significant stakeholder engagement initiatives have occurred, these efforts were

More information

Park County Windrider Transit

Park County Windrider Transit Park County Windrider Transit ADA Complementary Paratransit Service Policies & Procedures Park County Public Transportation Provider Park County Transit Office 414 East Callender Street Livingston, MT

More information

PUBLIC Law, Chapter 539 LD 1535, item 1, 124th Maine State Legislature An Act To Create a Smart Grid Policy in the State

PUBLIC Law, Chapter 539 LD 1535, item 1, 124th Maine State Legislature An Act To Create a Smart Grid Policy in the State PLEASE NOTE: Legislative Information cannot perform research, provide legal advice, or interpret Maine law. For legal assistance, please contact a qualified attorney. Emergency preamble. Whereas, acts

More information

Proposed FY2015 Budget and Fare Increase

Proposed FY2015 Budget and Fare Increase Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Proposed FY2015 Budget and Fare Increase Riders Advisory Council January 8, 2014 1 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority What will riders see from

More information

The College of William & Mary Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 12-PASSENGER VAN SAFETY POLICY Last Update: 8/12/15

The College of William & Mary Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 12-PASSENGER VAN SAFETY POLICY Last Update: 8/12/15 The College of William & Mary Department of Intercollegiate Athletics 12-PASSENGER VAN SAFETY POLICY Last Update: 8/12/15 I. PURPOSE: The intent of this policy is to define the acceptable use and safe

More information

2.1 Faculty: Employees of the University defined by PS 10.A Staff: benefits-eligible employees of the University, excluding Faculty.

2.1 Faculty: Employees of the University defined by PS 10.A Staff: benefits-eligible employees of the University, excluding Faculty. Memo To: All UH-Downtown/PS Holders UH-Downtown/PS 01.B.01 Issue No. 4 From: William Flores, President Effective date: 08/17/2015 Page 1 of 5 Subject: Traffic and Parking Policy 1. PURPOSE This policy

More information

Sustainability SFMTA Path to Platinum

Sustainability SFMTA Path to Platinum Sustainability SFMTA Path to Platinum Ed Reiskin San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, Director of Transportation San Francisco, CA Timothy Papandreou Deputy Director Strategic Planning & Policy

More information

To: Honorable Public Utilities Board Submitted by: /s/ Rebecca Irwin AGM Customer Resources

To: Honorable Public Utilities Board Submitted by: /s/ Rebecca Irwin AGM Customer Resources AGENDA ITEM NO.: 5.E.1 ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT NO.: 2018-02 To: Honorable Public Utilities Board Submitted by: /s/ Rebecca Irwin AGM Customer Resources From: Kelly Brezovec Approved by: /s/ Utility Energy

More information

Georgetown Transit ADA Plan

Georgetown Transit ADA Plan Georgetown Transit ADA Plan INTRODUCTION The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) requires that public entities that operate non-commuter fixed route transportation services also provide complementary

More information

CalMod Program EMU Procurement Update. TJPA Board May 14, 2015

CalMod Program EMU Procurement Update. TJPA Board May 14, 2015 CalMod Program EMU Procurement Update TJPA Board May 14, 2015 Key Discussion Items Original Plan Alternative Plan Two Timeframes - 2020 electrified service - Future blended service (with level boarding)

More information

Urban Transport Development Investment Program (RRP MON 39256) SECTOR ROAD MAP

Urban Transport Development Investment Program (RRP MON 39256) SECTOR ROAD MAP Urban Transport Development Investment Program (RRP MON 39256) SECTOR ROAD MAP 1. The government s vision for urban transport in Ulaanbaatar provides the basis for the sector roadmap to be implemented

More information

Private Hire Regulations Consultation London Travelwatch briefing. Helen Chapman, General Manager of London Taxi & Private Hire

Private Hire Regulations Consultation London Travelwatch briefing. Helen Chapman, General Manager of London Taxi & Private Hire Private Hire Regulations Consultation London Travelwatch briefing Helen Chapman, General Manager of London Taxi & Private Hire TfL as a regulator of Taxi and Private Hire services Promote passenger safety

More information

MOBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY IN OUR COMMUNITY

MOBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY IN OUR COMMUNITY MOBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY IN OUR COMMUNITY MOBILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY BACKGROUND Mobility and Accessibility Working Committee Broad representation Transit, Transportation, Planning and Development, Facility

More information

The Future of Transportation on the Caltrain Corridor

The Future of Transportation on the Caltrain Corridor The Future of Transportation on the Caltrain Corridor 11.30.16 1 2 Today What is happening Vision Recommendations What is costs How to pay for it 3 The Caltrain Corridor is home to the world s innovation

More information

Rhode Island Division of Public Utilities and Carriers & Office of Energy Resources. Power Sector Transformation

Rhode Island Division of Public Utilities and Carriers & Office of Energy Resources. Power Sector Transformation 1 Rhode Island Division of Public Utilities and Carriers & Office of Energy Resources Power Sector Transformation Notice of Inquiry into the Electric Utility Business Model and Request for Stakeholder

More information

ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL

ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL ISLE OF WIGHT COUNCIL HACKNEY CARRIAGE AND PRIVATE HIRE LICENSING POLICY Private Hire and Hackney Carriage Licensing Policy Document Information Title: Status: Author: Sponsor: Consultation: Hackney Carriage

More information

Right-of-Way Obstruction Permit Fee Structure Minneapolis Department of Public Works May 10, 2001

Right-of-Way Obstruction Permit Fee Structure Minneapolis Department of Public Works May 10, 2001 Right-of-Way Obstruction Permit Fee Structure Minneapolis Department of Public Works May 10, 2001 Revised April 5, 2005 Revised January 27, 2006 Prepared by: Steve Collin, Engineer 2.5 Revised by Douglas

More information

Towing Industry Advisory Committee

Towing Industry Advisory Committee Towing Industry Advisory Committee Date 2016/11/22 Time 9:30 AM Location Civic Centre, Council Chamber, 300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, L5B 3C1 Ontario Members Councillor Ron Starr Councillor

More information

Car Sharing at a. with great results.

Car Sharing at a. with great results. Car Sharing at a Denver tweaks its parking system with great results. By Robert Ferrin L aunched earlier this year, Denver s car sharing program is a fee-based service that provides a shared vehicle fleet

More information

DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TAXICAB OPERATIONS HERALD HENSLEY DIRECTOR OF PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION

DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TAXICAB OPERATIONS HERALD HENSLEY DIRECTOR OF PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TAXICAB OPERATIONS HERALD HENSLEY DIRECTOR OF PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION SEPTEMBER 2017 DEN TAXICAB OPERATIONS History of Taxicab Operations at DEN Driver and Customer Experience

More information

Business and Noninstructional Operations

Business and Noninstructional Operations Business and Noninstructional Operations AR 3542(a) SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS Note: The following administrative regulation is mandated pursuant to 5 CCR 14103 (see the sections "Training" and "Authority" below)

More information

AGENDA INTERCITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY WORK SESSION January 20, :30 P.M. 1) APPROVAL OF AGENDA 1 min.

AGENDA INTERCITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY WORK SESSION January 20, :30 P.M. 1) APPROVAL OF AGENDA 1 min. AGENDA INTERCITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY WORK SESSION January 20, 2016 5:30 P.M. CALL TO ORDER 1) APPROVAL OF AGENDA 1 min. 2) INTRODUCTIONS 5 min. A. Welcome City of Yelm Councilmember Molly Carmody B. Welcome

More information

The Vehicle Sticker Proposal March 5, Chicago s City Sticker Model. The purpose of this report:

The Vehicle Sticker Proposal March 5, Chicago s City Sticker Model. The purpose of this report: The Vehicle Sticker Proposal March 5, 2015 The purpose of this report: The purpose of this memo is to outline how parking stickers have been used to raise revenue in Chicago and analyze another proposal

More information

WITH ENTERPRISE HOLDINGS

WITH ENTERPRISE HOLDINGS ICCCFO Conference - Starved Rock DRIVING SAVINGS WITH ENTERPRISE HOLDINGS April 29 th 2010 Eric Klix Business Rental Sales Executive Enterprise Rent-A-Car Robert Clark Business Rental Sales Executive Enterprise

More information

CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION... 2 II. SPEED HUMP INSTALLATION POLICY... 3 III. SPEED HUMP INSTALLATION PROCEDURE... 7 APPENDIX A... 9 APPENDIX B...

CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION... 2 II. SPEED HUMP INSTALLATION POLICY... 3 III. SPEED HUMP INSTALLATION PROCEDURE... 7 APPENDIX A... 9 APPENDIX B... Speed Hump Program CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION... 2 II. SPEED HUMP INSTALLATION POLICY... 3 1. GENERAL... 3 2. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS... 3 A. PETITION... 3 B. OPERATIONAL AND GEOMETRIC CHARACTERISTICS OF

More information

SEPULVEDA PASS CORRIDOR

SEPULVEDA PASS CORRIDOR SEPULVEDA PASS CORRIDOR PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP DELIVERY PRE-DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT PDA Sepulveda Pass Mobility Issues Most congested highway segment in the U.S. 295,000 vehicles per day (2010) 430,000

More information

SFMTA Energy Use by Vehicle Type: Transit Investments vs Life Cycle Costs

SFMTA Energy Use by Vehicle Type: Transit Investments vs Life Cycle Costs SFMTA Energy Use by Vehicle Type: Transit Investments vs Life Cycle Costs Peter Brown Project Manager, Long Range Planning Sustainable Streets Division 10 17 2011 Lake Arrowhead, California Outline of

More information

Internal Audit Report. Fuel Consumption Oversight and Coordination TxDOT Internal Audit Division

Internal Audit Report. Fuel Consumption Oversight and Coordination TxDOT Internal Audit Division Internal Audit Report Fuel Consumption Oversight and Coordination TxDOT Internal Audit Division Objective To determine if a process exists to ensure retail fuel consumption is appropriately managed and

More information

Santa Monica Taxi Study

Santa Monica Taxi Study Attachment 2 Santa Monica Taxi Study July 2008 In Association with Total Contract Solutions, Inc. TWJ Consulting LLC This page intentionally left blank. The City of Santa Monica has identified a need to

More information

Branch Edmonton Transit

Branch Edmonton Transit Introduction to exceed 90 million by the end of 2015. This trend confirms Transit s on-going success towards achieving The Way We Move: by providing a comprehensive public transportation system that supports

More information

Shared Mobility Action Plan Overview July 2017

Shared Mobility Action Plan Overview July 2017 Shared Mobility Action Plan Overview July 2017 With support from Expanding the ecosystem of transportation choices by creating a multimodal transportation system that works for all Connect public agencies

More information

Vehicle Management Policy and Procedure Document No: VMPol 001

Vehicle Management Policy and Procedure Document No: VMPol 001 Vehicle Management Policy and Procedure Document No: VMPol 001 SHE Unit/March 2017 1 Safety, Health and Environment Unit Title Reference Number Vehicle Management Policy and Procedure VMPol 001 DOCUMENT

More information

Solano County Transit

Solano County Transit AGENDA ITEM: 9 BOARD MEETING DATE: FEBRUARY 18, 2016 Solano County Transit TO: PRESENTER: SUBJECT: ACTION: BOARD OF DIRECTORS ALAN PRICE, PROGRAM ANALYST II REVIEW AND APPROVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FUELING

More information

Public Works and Infrastructure Committee. p:/2015/clusterb/tra/northyork/pw15086

Public Works and Infrastructure Committee. p:/2015/clusterb/tra/northyork/pw15086 PW9.10 STAFF REPORT ACTION REQUIRED Car-Share Parking in Permit Parking Areas Date: October 22, 2015 To: From: Wards: Reference Number: Public Works and Infrastructure Committee General Manager, Transportation

More information

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Activity # 91

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Activity # 91 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION (Engineering) DESCRIPTION: Arcata and Mad River Transit System (A&MRTS) provides public transportation within the City of Arcata. There are two fixed routes that

More information

ALTERNATIVES FOR REDUCING OR ELIMINATING COMPACT CAR PARKING. City Council Transportation and Environment Committee February 25, 2008

ALTERNATIVES FOR REDUCING OR ELIMINATING COMPACT CAR PARKING. City Council Transportation and Environment Committee February 25, 2008 ALTERNATIVES FOR REDUCING OR ELIMINATING COMPACT CAR PARKING City Council Transportation and Environment Committee February 25, 2008 2 PURPOSE Brief the committee on compact parking allowances and parking

More information

What Industrial Contractors Need to Know About MSHA Before Work at a Mine Site?

What Industrial Contractors Need to Know About MSHA Before Work at a Mine Site? Session No. 663 What Industrial Contractors Need to Know About MSHA Before Work at a Mine Site? Terry Keenan Corporate Safety Director McCormick Construction Inc. Greenfield, MN Paper Scope and Focus This

More information

Waco Rapid Transit Corridor (RTC) Feasibility Study

Waco Rapid Transit Corridor (RTC) Feasibility Study Waco Rapid Transit Corridor (RTC) Feasibility Study Chris Evilia, Director of Waco Metropolitan Planning Organization Allen Hunter, General Manager Waco Transit System Jimi Mitchell, Project Manager AECOM

More information

City of Grand Island

City of Grand Island City of Grand Island Tuesday, November 03, 2009 Study Session Item -2 Discussion Concerning Downtown Metered Parking Program Staff Contact: Steve Lamken City of Grand Island City Council Council Agenda

More information

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CLEAN CITIES COALITION. Community Readiness for Electric-Drive Vehicles SEEC Best Practices Forum, July 19, 2012 LAX Crowne Plaza

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CLEAN CITIES COALITION. Community Readiness for Electric-Drive Vehicles SEEC Best Practices Forum, July 19, 2012 LAX Crowne Plaza SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CLEAN CITIES COALITION Community Readiness for Electric-Drive Vehicles SEEC Best Practices Forum, July 19, 2012 LAX Crowne Plaza Linda Urata SJVCCC Coordinator, volunteer iwantcleanair@aim.com

More information

MEMORANDUM DEBBIE MALICOAT, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SEVICES RAUL JUAREZ, FLEET MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR GLENDA BONER, ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY

MEMORANDUM DEBBIE MALICOAT, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SEVICES RAUL JUAREZ, FLEET MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR GLENDA BONER, ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: BY: CITY COUNCIL DEBBIE MALICOAT, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SEVICES RAUL JUAREZ, FLEET MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR GLENDA BONER, ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY SUBJECT: CONSIDERATION OF THE

More information

Davis Energy Group, Inc. 123 C Street Davis CA Phone

Davis Energy Group, Inc. 123 C Street Davis CA Phone LEED for Homes Quality Assurance Process Inc. January 2015, Inc. 123 C Street Davis CA 95616 Phone 530.753.1100 Table of Contents Quality Assurance Goals 1 Provider Responsibilities 1 Quality Assurance

More information

6 York Region Transit (YRT/Viva) On-board Security Camera System Upgrade Contract Award

6 York Region Transit (YRT/Viva) On-board Security Camera System Upgrade Contract Award Clause 6 in Report No. 11 of Committee of the Whole was adopted, without amendment, by the Council of The Regional Municipality of York at its meeting held on June 25, 2015. 6 York Region Transit (YRT/Viva)

More information

CalMod Program EMU Procurement Update

CalMod Program EMU Procurement Update CalMod Program EMU Procurement Update Board of Directors May 7, 2015 Agenda Item 7a Key Discussion Items Original Plan Alternative Plan Two Timeframes - 2020 electrified service - Future blended service

More information

COMPLIANCE REVIEW For Motor Carriers

COMPLIANCE REVIEW For Motor Carriers COMPLIANCE REVIEW For Motor Carriers A Compliance Review Is An on-site examination of motor carrier operations which include: Driver s Hours of Service Vehicle Maintenance and Inspection Driver Qualification

More information

Performance Registration Information Systems Management (PRISM)

Performance Registration Information Systems Management (PRISM) SD1999-06-P Connecting South Dakota and the Nation South Dakota Department of Transportation Office of Research Performance Registration Information Systems Management (PRISM) Study SD1999-06 Implementation

More information

To facilitate the extension of departmental services through third party testing organizations as provided for by CRS (b)

To facilitate the extension of departmental services through third party testing organizations as provided for by CRS (b) DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Division of Motor Vehicles MOTORCYCLE RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR ALMOST ORGANIZATIONS 1 CCR 204-20 [Editor s Notes follow the text of the rules at the end of this CCR Document.] A.

More information

CORE AREA SPECIFIC PLAN

CORE AREA SPECIFIC PLAN only four (A, B, D, and F) extend past Eighth Street to the north, and only Richards Boulevard leaves the Core Area to the south. This street pattern, compounded by the fact that Richards Boulevard is

More information

Taxi Task Force. Work Plan Progress Report, January Updates since the last meeting are highlighted.

Taxi Task Force. Work Plan Progress Report, January Updates since the last meeting are highlighted. Taxi Task Force Work Plan Progress Report, January 2018 Updates since the last meeting are highlighted. Taxi Driver Recruitment/Retention: Recruitment/retention initiative: o Driver outreach events: o

More information

The Denton County Transportation Authority Thomas M. LeBeau Vice President Rail Development

The Denton County Transportation Authority Thomas M. LeBeau Vice President Rail Development The Denton County Transportation Authority Thomas M. LeBeau Vice President Rail Development Historical Timeline 2001-2004: Governance and Organization House Bill 3323/Chapter 460 Initial Service Plan Developed

More information

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission

New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission P.O. Box 170 Trenton, New Jersey 08666-0170 (609) 292-6500 ext. 5014 Chris Christie Governor Kim Guadagno Lt. Governor Raymond P. Martinez Chairman and Chief Administrator Announcement All Initial Business

More information

Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0 Project Overview. Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0 Mobilitätsbeirat Hamburg 01. July 2015

Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0 Project Overview. Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0 Mobilitätsbeirat Hamburg 01. July 2015 Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0 Project Overview Sustainable Mobility Project 2.0 Mobilitätsbeirat Hamburg 01. July 2015 Agenda Goals of the meeting Who We Are World Business Council for Sustainable Development

More information

Muni Forward: Get On Board! Siemens S200 SF Light Rail Vehicle

Muni Forward: Get On Board! Siemens S200 SF Light Rail Vehicle Muni Forward: Get On Board! Siemens S200 SF Light Rail Vehicle 07 15 2014 SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 1 The Right Vehicle to Meet Increasing Demand for Rail Transit in the City Meets Central Subway time-table

More information

Full time Bus Driver Job Description

Full time Bus Driver Job Description Full time Bus Driver Job Description Purpose of the Role A bus driver is responsible for driving a passenger carrying vehicle (PCV), providing good customer service and a safe and comfortable journey throughout

More information

STANDARDS RELIABILITY COMMUNICATION ACCESS DRAYAGE PORT METRO VANCOUVER TRUCK LICENSING SYSTEM ACCOUNTABILITY RESERVATIONS

STANDARDS RELIABILITY COMMUNICATION ACCESS DRAYAGE PORT METRO VANCOUVER TRUCK LICENSING SYSTEM ACCOUNTABILITY RESERVATIONS ACCOUNTABILITY TRANSITION STANDARDS EFFICIENCY PERFORMANCE RELIABILITY SMART FLEET ACCESS RESERVATIONS DRAYAGE COMPLIANCE COMMUNICATION PORT METRO VANCOUVER TRUCK LICENSING SYSTEM Phase 2 Consultation:

More information

EEOC S RELATIONSHIP WITH STATE & LOCAL FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES AGENCIES

EEOC S RELATIONSHIP WITH STATE & LOCAL FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES AGENCIES EEOC S RELATIONSHIP WITH STATE & LOCAL FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES AGENCIES A Fair Employment Practices Agency (FEPA) is a state or local agency that accepts and resolves charges of discrimination by virtue

More information

ENERGY STRATEGY FOR YUKON. Independent Power Production Policy

ENERGY STRATEGY FOR YUKON. Independent Power Production Policy ENERGY STRATEGY FOR YUKON Independent Power Production Policy May 20, 2014 Page 2 of 11 BACKGROUND The Government of Yukon released the Energy Strategy for Yukon in January 2009. The strategy sets out

More information

National Truck & Bus Driver Trainers Conference

National Truck & Bus Driver Trainers Conference National Truck & Bus Driver Trainers Conference ---- Neil Rowe Managing Director ProDrive -The Driver Trainers Ltd Angie Davies Consultant ProDrive The Driver Trainers Ltd Neil Rowe, Managing Director

More information

Solar-Wind Specific Request for Proposals

Solar-Wind Specific Request for Proposals Program Description Solar-Wind Specific Request for Proposals Power Production from Green Resources in North Carolina 04/19/2006 NC GreenPower (NCGP) is a statewide program designed to improve the quality

More information

MEMORANDUM SUBJECT: CONSIDERATION TO AUTHORIZE AN AWARD OF BID FOR THE PURCHASE OF A TRUCK AND DECLARING EXISTING VEHICLES AS SURPLUS PROPERTY

MEMORANDUM SUBJECT: CONSIDERATION TO AUTHORIZE AN AWARD OF BID FOR THE PURCHASE OF A TRUCK AND DECLARING EXISTING VEHICLES AS SURPLUS PROPERTY MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: CITY COUNCIL STEVEN N. ANNIBALI, CHIEF OF POLICE SUBJECT: CONSIDERATION TO AUTHORIZE AN AWARD OF BID FOR THE PURCHASE OF A TRUCK AND DECLARING EXISTING VEHICLES AS SURPLUS PROPERTY

More information

SELF-CERTIFICATION/MEDICAL EXAMINER S CERTIFICATION FACT SHEET

SELF-CERTIFICATION/MEDICAL EXAMINER S CERTIFICATION FACT SHEET April 2017 SELF-CERTIFICATION/MEDICAL EXAMINER S CERTIFICATION FACT SHEET As part of the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) amended the Federal

More information

L i c e n s i n g & S t a n d a r d s C o m m i t t e e J a n u a r y 2 3,

L i c e n s i n g & S t a n d a r d s C o m m i t t e e J a n u a r y 2 3, T O RONTO S TAXICAB I NDUSTRY R EVIEW Taxicab Industry Review Final Report L i c e n s i n g & S t a n d a r d s C o m m i t t e e J a n u a r y 2 3, 2 0 1 4 T r a c e y C o o k E x e c u t i v e D i r

More information

GREATER VANCOUVER SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE DISTRICT BYLAW NO. 307, A Bylaw to License Commercial Waste Haulers

GREATER VANCOUVER SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE DISTRICT BYLAW NO. 307, A Bylaw to License Commercial Waste Haulers GREATER VANCOUVER SEWERAGE AND DRAINAGE DISTRICT BYLAW NO. 307, 2017 A Bylaw to License Commercial Waste Haulers WHEREAS: A. Pursuant to the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District Act (the Act

More information

Mysuru PBS Presentation on Prepared by: Directorate of Urban Land Transport

Mysuru PBS Presentation on Prepared by: Directorate of Urban Land Transport Mysuru PBS Presentation on 04.11.2017 Prepared by: Directorate of Urban Land Transport Introduction to Mysuru Public Bicycle Sharing System Mysuru Public Bicycle Sharing System Bicycle based transportation

More information

Vehicle Sharing for Resilient Cities U-Haul Truck Share 24/7

Vehicle Sharing for Resilient Cities U-Haul Truck Share 24/7 Vehicle Sharing for Resilient Cities U-Haul Truck Share 24/7 November 14, 2017 Dr. Allan Yang, Chief Sustainability Scientist U-Haul International Brad Pruitt, President U-Haul Company of Charlotte Founded

More information

Martha s Vineyard Regional Transit Authority

Martha s Vineyard Regional Transit Authority Martha s Vineyard Regional Transit Authority Annual Report Fiscal Year 2005 Martha s Vineyard Transit Authority Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2005 Annual Report Angela E. Grant, Administrator Advisory Board

More information

Shana Baker and Brian Gaboriau Hazardous Materials & Waste Management Division Solid Waste & Materials Management Program

Shana Baker and Brian Gaboriau Hazardous Materials & Waste Management Division Solid Waste & Materials Management Program Shana Baker and Brian Gaboriau Hazardous Materials & Waste Management Division Solid Waste & Materials Management Program How many waste tires are currently in storage in Colorado? There is an estimated

More information

SUBMISSION SUBMISSION ON THE. Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles and Other Matters) Amendment Bill

SUBMISSION SUBMISSION ON THE. Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles and Other Matters) Amendment Bill SUBMISSION ON THE Energy Innovation (Electric Vehicles and Other Matters) Amendment Bill 1 February 2017 Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 Who we are: RCA Forum 3 Part 1 Amendments to Electricity Industry

More information

City of Grand Island Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Council Session

City of Grand Island Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Council Session City of Grand Island Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Council Session Item G-13 #2017-298 - Approving 2018 Police Fleet Purchases Staff Contact: Robert Falldorf, Police Chief Grand Island Council Session - 10/24/2017

More information

Traffic Regulations Guidelines

Traffic Regulations Guidelines Traffic Regulations Guidelines PREPARED BY TRAFFIC AND SAFETY June, 2012 Providing the highest quality transportation services for economic benefit and improved quality of life. MDOT Traffic and Safety

More information

L. A. Metro s Parking Management Program Principles Applied. October 17, 2011 Rail-Volution, Washington D.C.

L. A. Metro s Parking Management Program Principles Applied. October 17, 2011 Rail-Volution, Washington D.C. Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority L. A. Metro s Parking Management Program Principles Applied October 17, 2011 Rail-Volution, Washington D.C. What is Parking Management? Various

More information

City of La Palma Agenda Item No. 11

City of La Palma Agenda Item No. 11 City of La Palma Agenda Item No. 11 MEETING DATE: July 7, 2015 TO: FROM: SUBMITTED BY: CITY COUNCIL CITY MANAGER Eric R. Nuñez, Police Chief AGENDA TITLE: Civil Penalties for Street Sweeping Fines RECOMMENDED

More information

Vehicle Registration and Parking Policy

Vehicle Registration and Parking Policy Vehicle Registration and Parking Policy I. Introduction Parking at Stetson University College of Law is provided at no charge to faculty, staff and students. But for parking to be properly managed, this

More information

Roma McKenzie-Campbell Amtrak, Project Manager. Caroline Ducas VHB, Senior Transit Planner. Boston, Massachusetts

Roma McKenzie-Campbell Amtrak, Project Manager. Caroline Ducas VHB, Senior Transit Planner. Boston, Massachusetts DMU Implementation on Existing Commuter Rail Corridors: Opportunities, Challenges and Lessons Learned Roma McKenzie-Campbell Amtrak, Project Manager Caroline Ducas VHB, Senior Transit Planner Boston, Massachusetts

More information

TRANSPORT ACT 1985 APPLICATION FOR A SECTION 19 SMALL BUS (MINIBUS) PERMIT (9 to 16 passenger seats)

TRANSPORT ACT 1985 APPLICATION FOR A SECTION 19 SMALL BUS (MINIBUS) PERMIT (9 to 16 passenger seats) TRANSPORT ACT 1985 APPLICATION FOR A SECTION 19 SMALL BUS (MINIBUS) PERMIT (9 to 16 passenger seats) You are advised to obtain a copy of Passenger Transport Provided by Voluntary Groups (PSV 385) available

More information

The City of Salisbury s Automated Speed Enforcement Program Frequently Asked Questions

The City of Salisbury s Automated Speed Enforcement Program Frequently Asked Questions The City of Salisbury s What Are Automated Speed Enforcement Systems? Automated speed enforcement (ASE) systems is an enforcement technique with one or more motor vehicle sensors producing recorded images

More information

Capital Needs Assessment Riders Advisory Council July2, 2008

Capital Needs Assessment Riders Advisory Council July2, 2008 Capital Needs Assessment 2011-2020 Riders Advisory Council July2, 2008 1 Outline I. Capital Improvement Plan History II. Capital Improvement Plan Update III. Capital Needs Assessment State of Good Repair

More information

Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project Cost / Schedule Update

Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project Cost / Schedule Update Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project Cost / Schedule Update LPMG Meeting November 20, 2014 Context Caltrain/high-speed rail blended system - Primarily 2 track system - Minimize impacts - Shared system

More information

PSTA as a Mobility Manager

PSTA as a Mobility Manager PSTA as a Mobility Manager CTA Annual Conference Riverside, CA Bonnie Epstein, Transit Planner November 8, 2017 Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) St. Petersburg, Florida Introduction 1 PSTA and

More information

CAR 10-1 TRAFFIC CALMING CAR 10-1 OPR: Engineering 06/06

CAR 10-1 TRAFFIC CALMING CAR 10-1 OPR: Engineering 06/06 CAR 10-1 TRAFFIC CALMING CAR 10-1 OPR: Engineering 06/06 Purpose Section I Policy II I. Purpose The purpose of this Ordinance is to outline the City s response to the traffic complaints arising as a result

More information

Building smart transport in Moscow

Building smart transport in Moscow Building smart transport in Moscow Moscow addressed its road and public transit congestion problems and developed one of the world s smartest and most-used public transportation systems. Here s how. Maksim

More information

FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY NET METERING SCHEDULE NM

FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY NET METERING SCHEDULE NM Sheet 1 FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY SCHEDULE NM Applicability The following tariff provisions shall be applicable to a Host Customer, as defined herein, that requests net metering services

More information

Commercial Vehicle Operator s Registration (CVOR)

Commercial Vehicle Operator s Registration (CVOR) Commercial Vehicle Operator s Registration () The system tracks the on-road safety performance of the following vehicles: Trucks that have a gross weight or registered gross weight over 4,500 kg (9,920

More information

E-Mobility in the City of Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee CEMOBIL project. Julia Zientek Austrian Mobility Research, FGM-AMOR Graz

E-Mobility in the City of Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee CEMOBIL project. Julia Zientek Austrian Mobility Research, FGM-AMOR Graz E-Mobility in the City of Klagenfurt on Lake Wörthersee CEMOBIL project Julia Zientek Austrian Mobility Research, FGM-AMOR Graz Austrian Mobility Research, FGM-AMOR Research and consultancy to promote

More information

Strategic Planning for Metro s Transition to Zero Emission Buses. October 2017

Strategic Planning for Metro s Transition to Zero Emission Buses. October 2017 Strategic Planning for Metro s Transition to Zero Emission Buses October 2017 Requirements and Guidelines/Guiding Principles Continue to replace Aging Bus Fleet (~200 Buses per Year) Upgrade current CNG

More information

Understanding a FMCSA Compliance Investigation Presented by Chad Hoppenjan April 2015

Understanding a FMCSA Compliance Investigation Presented by Chad Hoppenjan April 2015 Understanding a FMCSA Compliance Investigation Presented by Chad Hoppenjan April 2015 1 Welcome! Presenter Chad Hoppenjan, CDS Director of Transportation Safety Services Chad.hoppenjan@cb-sisco.com 2 The

More information

Bus The Case for the Bus

Bus The Case for the Bus Bus 2020 The Case for the Bus Bus 2020 The Case for the Bus Introduction by Claire Haigh I am sure we are all pleased that the economy is on the mend. The challenge now is to make sure people, young and

More information

Kendall Drive Premium Transit PD&E Study Project Kick-Off Meeting SR 94/Kendall Drive/SW 88 Street Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study

Kendall Drive Premium Transit PD&E Study Project Kick-Off Meeting SR 94/Kendall Drive/SW 88 Street Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study Florida Department of Transportation District Six Kendall Drive Premium Transit PD&E Study Project Kick-Off Meeting SR 94/Kendall Drive/SW 88 Street Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study What

More information

ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY. Agreement to Purchase Compressed Natural Gas Articulated Buses. Staff Report

ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY. Agreement to Purchase Compressed Natural Gas Articulated Buses. Staff Report ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Agreement to Purchase Compressed Natural Gas Articulated Staff Report November 8, 2012 To: From: Subject: Transit Committee Will Kempton, Chief Executive Officer

More information

Welcome to the world of electromobility!

Welcome to the world of electromobility! www.siemens.com/drivergy Welcome to the world of electromobility! Drivergy puts electricity on the road Answers for the environment. Contents The future has begun 3 Convenient and economical: Home charging

More information

FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY NET METERING SCHEDULE NM

FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY NET METERING SCHEDULE NM Sheet 1 FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY SCHEDULE NM Applicability The following tariff provisions shall be applicable to a Host Customer, as defined herein, that requests net metering services

More information

Comhairle Cathrach Chorcaí Cork City Council

Comhairle Cathrach Chorcaí Cork City Council Transportation Division City Hall Cork Response to the Consultation Paper on the ESBN Electric Vehicle Pilot & Associated Assets Reference CER/16/286 Introduction welcomes the opportunity to respond to

More information

Back ground Founded in 1887, and has expanded rapidly Altitude about 2500 meters above MSL Now among the ten largest cities in Sub Saharan Africa

Back ground Founded in 1887, and has expanded rapidly Altitude about 2500 meters above MSL Now among the ten largest cities in Sub Saharan Africa Back ground Founded in 1887, and has expanded rapidly Altitude about 2500 meters above MSL Now among the ten largest cities in Sub Saharan Africa Annual growth rate is 3.8% By 2020 population growth would

More information

Biodiesel Ramping Up The Market To 2010 Dennis Rogoza Director, BC Biofleet Program. Calgary, Alberta July 17, 2006

Biodiesel Ramping Up The Market To 2010 Dennis Rogoza Director, BC Biofleet Program. Calgary, Alberta July 17, 2006 Biodiesel Ramping Up The Market To 2010 Dennis Rogoza Director, BC Biofleet Program Calgary, Alberta July 17, 2006 Issue: Market Ramp-Up To 2010 2010 Renewable Fuels Mandate Details not yet clear on biodiesel

More information